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SEND

Special Educational Needs

Please find below information related to SEND.
Policy Link
School SEN Information Report Click here
SEND Policy Click here
SEND More Information Leaflet Click here
Reach Referral Criteria Click here
Reach Referral Form Click here
Reach Referral Form Family Intervention Click here
  Here is some information about people who can help you in school:

Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

Mrs E.McDonagh Tel: 01642 242309

Deputy Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

Mrs J.French Tel: 01642 242309

Children's Service for the Visually Impaired

Phone: 01642 354354 Email: inga_rayner@middlesbrough.gov.uk Post: Children's Service for the Visually Impaired Sensory Support Centre Whinney Banks Primary School Fakenham Avenue Middlesbrough TS5 4QQ

Hearing Impaired Service

Phone: 01642 354354 SMS (text message): 07825 358104 Email: inga_rayner@middlesbrough.gov.uk Post: Sensory Support Centre Whinney Banks Primary School Fakenham Avenue Middlesbrough TS5 4QQ  

Child & Adolescent Therapy Solutions

294 Norton Road Norton Stockton on Tees TS20 2BX Tel: 07969 689 419, 07742 659 464 Email: info@cats-uk.com These people may help you in school.  SEND Teachers (From Left) Mr Inions, Mrs Croft, Mrs Dawson, Mrs Hopper

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